In this volume of Against Heresies
, Irenaeus uses Jesus' statements quoted in the Gospel to argue against the Gnostics' interpretation of Jesus. He emphasizes the continuity of the Old Testament with the New, and the ways the Son made appearances or was foreshadowed in the Old Testament.
(For some reason, none of my more recent audiobooks have been put into the Maria Lectrix section
by the nice archive.org folks. But that's where to find my recordings of Book I
, Book II
, and Book III
. Book V
is in this collection, too.)